Poland, UK, 2016, 104’
Director: Michał Marczak
Production: Endorfina Studio Pulse Films in coproduction with Telewizja Polska, Mazowiecki Instytut Kultury, Mazowiecki Fundusz Filmowy, Fundacja Moma Film
SELECTIONS AND AWARDS
Sundance IFF, Directing Award in the World Cinema — Documentary Competition (2016)
Cinema Eye Honors Awards, Heterodox Award (2016)
Karlovy Vary IFF (2016)
Stockholm IFF (2016)
Krzysztof and Michał are Polish guys in their twenties. They spend their nights wandering the deserted streets and metro tunnels of Warsaw, roaming from clubs to house parties, from beach raves to hazy after parties. They have chosen a life of care-free hedonism and live every moment to the full. If the buzz makes you forget breathing, it is just a sign of success. The night is full of pills and thrills, every moment and every word heavy with meaning. Time after time, dawn after dawn, everything is crystallized in one word: Youth.
BIOGRAPHY OF DIRECTOR
Michał Marczak is a Polish director, cinematographer and documentary filmmaker. He studied directing at the California Institute of the Arts and is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań. His feature-length film “Fuck For Forest” is considered to be the most highly screened Polish Documentary of 2013. Michal directed “At the Edge of Russia”, a feature length, hybrid fiction-documentary which garnered him the HBO Emerging Artist Award and Filmakers Award at Hot Docs and numerous other accolades at festivals worldwide.
2012 — Fuck for Forest
2010 — Koniec Rosji